Weekly Media Release Sept 25-Oct 1, 2017

October 3, 2017

September 26:

The Oak Bay Police Department conducted a curfew check on an accused who was in breach of his court order.The accused was not home when police attended. A warrant has been issued from the courts for his arrest.

The Oak Bay Police Department received a complaint of a stolen bicycle. The thief entered a secured compound in the 2200 block of Cadboro Bay and was seen on the surveillance video stealing the unlocked bicycle. The suspect was also riding a bicycle with an attached trailer where he placed the stolen bike on it.  The bicycle is described as: 18 speed Timberline Bicycle with blue and white stripes. The investigation is ongoing to identify the suspect.

The Oak Bay Police Department received another complaint of a stolen bicycle in the 2200 block of Cadboro Bay Road. The unlocked bicycle was stolen from the bike rack behind Oak Bay High School. The bicycle is described as: 21 speed, Men’s silver/black Concord Hybrid bicycle with thick tires.

September 28:

The Oak Bay Police received a report of stolen power tools in the 1800 block of Foul Bay Road. The suspect entered an unlocked shed and stole a Ryobi circular saw, a Black & Decker belt sander and drill as well as several screwdrivers.

A report  was received of an impaired driver at Cattle Point. The driver showed signs of impairment and he refused to provide a sample of his breath. The driver was issued 90-Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition and his vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

September 29:

The police attended a dispute in the 2300 block of Florence Street. The investigation showed that no assault occurred , however one of the parties had an outstanding warrant from the Victoria Police Department. The subject was transported to the Victoria Police Department and lodged into cells for morning court.

September 30:

The Oak Bay Police seized a large amount of money in the 1400 block of Monterey Avenue. The rightful owner is unknown and we would like to return the money to them. To claim the money, call the Oak Bay Police Department at 250-592-2424.